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Author Topic: Pressed glass cover with 12 owls - ID = US Glass Co.'s Wyoming pattern  (Read 1118 times)

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Offline wyogems

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This is lightly purpled with age...any ideas on the maker I would like to identify this

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Hello and welcome to the board. I think you've temporarily stumped those of us who have viewed your lid so far, but please bear with us as we have members around the world, so someone may be able to help.  Can you tell us what the width of the lid is please? That might give us a clue as to whether it's from a powder pot, or a butter dish, or a bonbon bowl, or something else.
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Offline Sid

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It is US Glass Co.'s Wyoming pattern issued c1900 +/- 3 years.  It also had a number but I can't remember it off the top  of my head.



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